Latest art, antiques and auctions news
Don’t just wait for the hammer to fall – get prepared to bid on entertainment memorabilia which is set to create a kind of magic this week.
Royal memorabilia – four lots at auction with links to royalty including a Henry VIII signed document
Items with links to royalty have long been in demand for collectors and a selection on offer at William George this week is enticing bidders.
Antique and vintage mirrors can add a decorative touch to a room as well as brightening it.
The sale of antiques and interiors at Tennants in Leyburn, North Yorkshire on January 4 includes a large selection of Beswick and Border Fine Arts figures.
Material of choice: Seven different types of wood appearing in Woolley & Wallis’ first auction of the year
Furniture and other antique wooden objects are prized for their colour as well as their craftsmanship.
An Airfix D-Day model turned out to be a hotly contested lot at auction in Kent and was sold to a buyer on thesaleroom.com.
Millions of items covering all collecting disciplines and all price levels are listed every year on thesaleroom.com. Affordable furnishings run shoulders with fine and rare works of art.
Millions of items covering all collecting disciplines and price levels are listed every year on thesaleroom.com. Affordable furnishings run shoulders with fine and rare works of art.
Artist-potter Hans Coper (1920-81) has become one of the most sought-after names in the studio pottery market.
The poster, as we know it, dates back to the 19th century when the innovation and use of high-speed colour lithography by Jules Chéret made mass production possible and brought it to the masses.